Created two years ago by its shareholders (Tube Tech International, UK, and Manoir Industries, France), TTM, the commercial vehicle of Tube Tech worldwide, has managed to secure two highly visible cleaning jobs for some ethylene customers in France.
This is a significant achievement in a country where contracting rules and regulations are particularly stringent in terms of registration. Those successes follow previous ones in Hungary, Saudi Arabia, and the US.
The cleaning of the convection section will take place using robotic technology developed by Tube Tech and active leads have been developed in Brazil, India, Saudi Arabia, and Russia.
This service is attracting interest amongst customers due to the good performances and energy saving benefits which result from the cleaning. TTM is now looking ahead to new opportunities for the complex cleaning of heat exchangers in refineries.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/15112019/ttm-secures-ethylene-furnace-cleaning-jobs-in-france/
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